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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffARossi Date: Nov 16, 2006 11:56am
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Latest upload not in our folder

Hi,

Oops, I forgot that part of the quesiton...

The md5 check failed, so the derive failed. But right off I can see why - the files don't have file format extensions on them. Your file OSC2006-11-09d1t01 should be OSC2006-11-09d1t01.flac, for example.

You'll need to rename the files with extensions -
* edit item (lower left box)
* Item Manager (link at the top of the page)
* checkout button (keep this page open)
* access files through FTP, rename files
* checkin (link on checkout page)

Once it's checked back in, let me know and I'll rerun the derive. That should work, assuming the files really are all there.

Alexis

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Poster: Scott Heller Date: Nov 16, 2006 12:25pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Latest upload not in our folder

I renamed the files now, so everything should be cool to run the rederive. Sorry for the hassles. Thanks so much.

scott

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffARossi Date: Nov 16, 2006 12:29pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: Latest upload not in our folder

Everything seems hunky dory now, looks like it's passed the md5 portion of the derive okay. It will take a few hours to finish the derive.

If you want to keep an eye on it, go to edit item > item manager > show history and you'll see a blue row there. That's the derive, and it's blue because it's currently running. If it goes red, we've got a problem. Once it goes purple, that means the derive is finished.

thanks!

Alexis

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